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Why purchase this U.S. Mint First Day of Issue 2020-S GEM Proof Coin Set with a "W" Mint marked Proof Jefferson Nickel?
The U.S. Mint's San Francisco minted ten-coin Proof Set for 2020 is accompanied by a Mint first: a proof Jefferson Nickel with a "W" Mint mark. The Mint intends to release a different style "W" nickel in three 2020 annual sets.
The 2020 Circulating U.S. Coinage Designs
The set includes ten coins featuring an "S" Mint mark: a Kennedy half dollar, Roosevelt dime, Jefferson nickel, Lincoln penny, and the Native American $1 coin celebrating the 1945 Alaskan territory Anti-Discrimination Law, as well as the year's five America the Beautiful Quarters honoring National Park of American Samoa, Weir Farm National Historic Site (Connecticut), Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve (U.S. Virgin Islands), Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park (Vermont) and Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve (Kansas). The bonus, eleventh coin of the set is the 2020-W Jefferson Nickel.
Impressive First Day of Issue GEM Proof Set with Graded 2020-W Nickel
The 2020-W Proof Jefferson Nickel is deemed to be in virtually flawless Proof 69 condition by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) and presented in a labeled protective holder. The ten coins that comprise the 2020-S Proof Set have been judged by NGC to be in exceptional GEM Proof condition and are housed in two clear Mint issued display cases, with the original Certificate of Authenticity. Submitted to NGC, the set and nickel each earned the First Day of Issue designation.
This First Day of Issue 2020-S U.S. Mint Proof Coin Set with the first ever "W" Mint marked Jefferson Nickel belongs in your collection today!
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The Nickel has a fascinating history that includes a four-year run of war nickels during some of America’s most challenging times (1942-1945). For all of its rich tradition, the coin has never featured the West Point Mint’s “W” mint mark… until now.